AsstrA-Associated Traffic AG sums up the results for the first half of 2018 -

AsstrA-Associated Traffic AG sums up the results for the first half of 2018

The largest group of companies AsstrA transported household appliances and electronics

AsstrA-Associated Traffic AG sums up the results for the first half of 2018

AsstrA Group's sales of services for the 6 months of 2018 increased by 15% compared to the same period last year, while the revenue of Russian units increased by 20%.
During the first half of 2018, the AsstrA group of companies processed more than 62 thousand orders, which is 10% higher than last year's results. The largest share in the company's services portfolio is transported by road, accounting for 90% of the total volume of shipments. Cargo transportation by sea takes 5%, railway - 3%, aviation - 2%. Over the same period, the company's customs brokers issued more than 15,000 declarations for goods. The total weight of all cargo transported was about 2 million tons.
The largest group of companies AsstrA transported household appliances and electronics - 14% of the total. In addition, the leaders in the volume of deliveries were chemical goods - 13%, the automotive industry - 12%, the food industry - 10%, and industrial equipment - 10%.
AsstrA-Associated Traffic AG provides a comprehensive international door-to-door service for more than 1,400 routes in Europe, Asia and America. In 10% of which Russia is involved. AsstrA's aggregate revenue exceeded 17 million euros in the first half of this year, which is 20% higher than in 2017. The number of traffic increased by 6%. The total weight of all goods transported across the RF amounted to more than 300 thousand tons. Among Russian subdivisions of AsstrA the most popular are road transport, they occupy 60% of the total number of orders. They are followed by air transportation - 20%, sea - 15%, rail - 5%. In terms of generated revenue, the largest share for the first 6 months of 2018 is occupied by rail transportation, bulk cargo transportation and air transportation. In 2017, the most profitable services were air transportation, intermodal and road transport.
In the current year, AsstrA notes a significant increase in demand for customs escort of goods in Russia. For the first half of 2018, about 700 declarations for goods were issued, which is almost 50% more than in 2017. "For the second half of this year, we plan to increase the number of orders by 25% compared to the first half of 2018. We also intend to significantly increase our volumes in combined cargo transportation: automobile - railway; sea ​​- rail - road; Aviation - automobile, including services of the customs broker.
By the end of the year, we expect a significant increase in the share in the logistics segment for industrial projects, "said Dmitry Lagun, General Director of AsstrA-Associated Traffic AG. - This year the office in Romania was opened, new agents appeared in Spain, Austria, China. In Russia we are actively developing the office in Novorossiysk, we are strengthening our positions in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Yekaterinburg. In the near future, we also plan to open a branch in the Far East. "

29.06.2018 08:42:08
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